Simon of Ireland

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Simon of Ireland, of the late medieval era, was the author of a Latin poem "in seventeen lacklustre hexameters of a law case involving a parson's theft of an ox."[1] Simon is notable because very little Latin verse is known to have been written in late medieval Ireland.[citation needed]


  1. ^ A New History of Ireland, Vol. 1, p. 979.